This book offers spiritual wisdom and answers to the questions of the divinemessages of love, faith, miracles, gratitude, forgiveness from Jesus; inquires on humility, kindness, and enlightenment in the ordinary life with the Buddha; the meaning of righteousness, sin, and justice from Moses; and answers to questions about tolerance, faith, spirituality, and wealth from Muhammad.
Through his conversations with four of the most influential religious leaders, Okawa explores the universal truths that thread between all faithsand offers insights to conquer our challenges that we face today. With this quest comes spiritual awakening as human souls, which unites each of us through the universal principles of love, wisdom, self-reflection, and progress.
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About the Author
Ryuho Okawa is a renowned spiritual leader and author in Japan with a simple goal: to help people find spiritual happiness and create a better world. Okawa’s books have been sold over 100 million copies worldwide, and translated into more than 27 languages. His books address vital issues including how our thoughts influence reality, the nature of love, and the guiding principles on the path to enlightenment.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My jaw hit the floor while reading Messages from Heaven... I don't know what to say... Jesus' message was so profound that this portion could honestly be added to the back of the Bible. Its quality is simply magnificent! Next, Buddha has a very familiar and direct teaching. I understood that Buddhism is not atheism, it is a very deep belief. I think the Buddha portion was maybe the most helpful to me. Moses' portion of this book made me feel that God is the source of power and strength. Moses want's believers in God to never surrender or back down to the worldly materialistic thinking. Muhammad might have been the most shocking to me. He is actually very tolerant and rational. He thinks Islam needs change nowadays too. But ultimately he will defend Islam from the Western ideology. Muhammad will not accept the pride and shamelessness of the West into the Middle East.